BRUNSWICK — Kaylee Morin, a 2010 graduate of Lisbon High School, has received a scholarship from the Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary to pursue a health career. She is the daughter of Noreen and Paul Morin of Lisbon and plans to attend Central Maine Community College and major in nursing.

Morin is among the 30 recipients who are currently receiving renewable health career scholarships, for which the Auxiliary has raised $40,000 this year. The scholarships are granted only to students attending accredited institutions of higher learning and are renewable if the students maintain grades of C or better.

Funds are granted to both full- and part-time students and are raised through yards sales, the gift shop, book sales and book signings, bake sales, wreath sales, a holiday bazaar and donations.

Auxiliary scholarship committee members, Barbara Gray, Dorothy Moore, Ellen Hutchinson and Beverly Diller, presented the scholarships to Morin and four other graduates at local high school award ceremonies. Linda Belmont chairs the committee.

Scholarship applications are available on the Mid Coast Hospital website,, and are due April 15.

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